Monthly Archives: August 2007

One Softie?s ?typical day

"Beyond 9:30am or so, nothing is typical (which is something I love working at Microsoft)." Read the whole post.

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Breakfast with 2 germans, a spaniard and a silent dutchman

In June I had a 7:30am meeting with some of the guys from the Applied Games research group. The crew was visiting from Cambridge, where they’re based, and despite jetlag and the ungodly hour (seriously, guys: 7:30 breakfast meeting? Gleargh.) we had a hilarious time. So, WTF do they do? Well, according to their website, [...]

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“Where I Am” Puts Him on the Map

In his spare time, a program manager builds an application that lets his family track his whereabouts over the Internet. The cell phone app showcases Microsoft technology. By Laurie Rowell What do you do in your spare time? Over a four-week span, Nagi Babu Punyamurthula built an application that turned his cell phone into a [...]

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